Ethan Roberts

Ethan Roberts is an alumnus of the Mercatus Center MA Fellowship at George Mason University. He currently teaches economics at the British International School in Kuala Lampur. Ethan graduated from the University of Wisconsin at Madison with a BA in political science and from the University of Washington with a MEd in social studies. During the spring of 2013, he participated in the Koch Internship Program as an education policy intern at the Reason Foundation. Ethan spent the spring of 2015 interning at the Millennium Challenge Corporation. Prior to focusing on public policy, Ethan spent numerous years teaching social studies and economics in China, Cambodia, and Thailand as well as at a charter school in Washington, DC. His research interests include immigration, trade, labor, monetary issues, and cronyism. 

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